14 May 2002 TBILISI, 13 May (Civil Georgia)–Azerbaijan and Georgia are inching closer to the day when the parliamentary and presidential elections might end the presidencies of two patriarchs of southern Caucasian politics – Heidar Aliev and Eduard Shevardnadze. If that happens, it will be an important step toward political maturity, but whether the two […]

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